Chinese consortium agrees to $4.4 billion deal for Caesars online games

Jack Ma, founder and Executive Chairman of Alibaba Group speaks during the inaugural "Xin" Philanthropy Conference in HangzhouA Chinese consortium that includes game developer Shanghai Giant Network Technology Co Ltd and e-commerce company Alibaba Group Holding Ltd founder Jack Ma has agreed to acquire Caesars Interactive Entertainment Inc's online games unit for $ 4.4 billion in cash, the companies said. Caesars Interactive Entertainment is currently owned by Caesars Acquisition Co (CAC) and Caesars Entertainment Corp .



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Tunisia lawmakers vote to dismiss prime minister

Tunisian Prime Minister Habib Essid delivers a speech during a joint news conference with Prime Minister of Libya's unity government Fayez SerajBy Mohammed Argoubi TUNIS (Reuters) – Tunisian lawmakers voted on Saturday to dismiss Prime Minister Habib Essid from office during a no-confidence ballot in parliament, clearing the way for a new government that must push through delayed economic reforms. President Beji Caid Essebsi also called for a new unity government to speed up reforms. Out of the 191 lawmakers present for the vote, 118 voted to sack Essid.



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A45 eastbound within the M42 junction | Eastbound | Congestion

Location : The A45 eastbound at the junction with the M42 .
Status : Currently Active.
Return To Normal : Normal traffic conditions are expected between 00:45 and 01:00 on 31 July 2016.
Delay : There are currently delays of 10 minutes against expected traffic.
Reason : Congestion.

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Many Islamic State leaders trying to flee to Syria: Iraqi minister

Iraqi soldiers fire a rocket toward Islamic State militants on the outskirt of the Makhmour south of MosulMany Islamic State leaders have fled Mosul with their families toward Syria ahead of a planned offensive by U.S.-backed Iraqi forces on the city, Iraq's defense minister said on Saturday. Khaled al-Obeidi said he had intelligence of increasing conflict, especially over financial issues, among ultra-hardline militants of the group known as Daesh in Arabic by its enemies. "Many Daesh families and leaders in Mosul have sold their property and sneaked out towards Syria, and a segment even tried to sneak out towards (Iraq's Kurdish) region", he said in an interview on state television.



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